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Reality TV

The celebrity chef and Jono Bennett recently called time on their 12-year marriage.
Viewers and media experts have called for a First Nations or culturally diverse woman to take on the role to reflect multicultural Australia.
She said it's "incredibly important" to call out inappropriate behaviour, before speaking about her own experiences outside of work that "could’ve turned bad quickly”.
The TV judge took fans inside her shoe wardrobe, and we are obsessed.
There's more to the South Asian Australian home cook from Melbourne than meets the eye.
This year's home cooks promise to bring diversity and delicious dishes to the show.
The game show hosted by the Australian comedian is already a big hit overseas.
On Instagram, James said the franchise “has fallen short” following racial controversy on his season that HuffPost can report led him to reevaluate his final decision.
The lavish proposal comes three years after his sibling's extravagant wedding with 1,500 guests, a helicopter arrival and a 10-tier cake.
The 'I'm A Celeb' winner says people going on reality TV shows should "be prepared for it".
The reality star worried people would “judge” her and teammate Sefa by the “colour of our skin”.
The reality star won $100,000 for her chosen charity.
Cousins Dwes and Katherine felt a deep connection to the traditional Indigenous ceremony, which will take place in the first episode.
"Everyone’s like, ‘Oh my gosh, they’re kissing, oh look’."
The reality show contestants say they want to broaden the image of Sikhs beyond the "taxi drivers and 7-Eleven workers" caricature.
The reality star has continued to suffer "immense pain" after an initial syringing of "jungle bug wings".
She danced in underwear while taking a swipe at a stranger who called her a "fat pig".
The celebrity chef has been cooking up some entertaining moments in the jungle.